Our Ambassadors

Shake It Up Australia Foundation is honoured to have the involvement and support of the following Ambassadors who generously give their support and time to help raise awareness for Parkinson’s disease and give voice to the 100,000 Australians living with Parkinson’s.

 

Liz Cantor Shake It Up for Parkinson's

TV personality Liz Cantor

Liz Cantor

Television presenter, Channel 7
Liz’s passion for research into a cure for Parkinson’s stems from her own exposure to the disease through her Grandmother and her uncle. Read more>

Craig Foster, Chief Football Analyst – SBS, ex Australian Footballer

Craig Foster

Chief Football Analyst – SBS, ex Australian Footballer
Heralding from the Northern Rivers of NSW, Craig was first drawn to Shake It Up after hearing the inspirational story of brothers Clyde and Greg Campbell who also grew up in the Northern Rivers. Read more>

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Phoebes with her husband Robert who was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 2013.

Phoebes Garland

Fashionista, mentor, supportive wife and mother.
Phoebes has been on the Parkinson’s journey with her husband Robert since his diagnosis two years ago. Read more>

Kate Matheson

Kate Matheson

International business magazine and website editor, contributor at news.com.au and Huffington Post, self-confessed geek girl.
Experiencing her first symptoms of Early Onset Parkinson’s at just 29, Kate wanted to be involved in doing something proactive as well as raise awareness for the everyday young Australians also living with Parkinson’s. Read more>

The Daily Edition’s Sally Obermeder joins co-host Tom Williams as Shake It Up Ambassador

Sally Obermeder

TV Personality
Sally joined the Shake It Up Team as an ambassador with her co host, Tom Williams, after meeting Clyde Campbell a number of times on the show and learning of the far reaching impact Parkinson’s has on the lives of over 70,000 Aussie families. Read more>